You had me at "robot that transforms into a flying car."
Angry Lynels not included.
How many gallons of paint have been spilled in the name of turf wars? Someone do the math.
It's not completely gone, but the huge machine making annual releases is beginning to slow down.
Pearl and Marina see what you do at night, and they judge you.
Illumination's experience is one factor, but there's more to the story.
After Team Ninja, Bandai Namco is getting a crack at Metroid.
Gotta catch 'em all, right?
Three games where you are a stranger in a strange land.
Nintendo's got big plans for DLC in the near future.
An analysis of Billy Mitchell's Donkey Kong runs reveal some irregularities.
Get your free legendary Pokemon!
Takes your breath away.
The subdued reaction to Mario Kart Tour indicates we've accepted this as our new normal. That's fine.
3DS is still alive...for now.
Build your own Labo.
The folks behind Despicable Me at least have some idea what they're doing.
It's like Blue Planet, but with Pokémon and Stephen Fry.
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The Nintendo Switch Online service is launching in full in September 2018, bringing a slate of classic NES games with it, but for a price.
Also brought to you by the producer of Despicable Me.
It's not coming until next fiscal year though.
After much delay, Nintendo is rolling out its online service later this year.
Things are going well over at the House of N.
At the very least, a GameCube game could virtually run on the Switch.
"Games for sale. Gaaames for sale."
A new well.
A cardboard-enabled port of Rock Band? Just a sword? Let us know in the comments!
Regardless of how you feel, the markets are pretty bullish on cardboard.
Nintendo Switch owners are probably sold, but what about the non-owners Nintendo's trying to attract?